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The MAROON Vol. XXXVIII Loyola University, New Orleans, La., Friday, September 23, 1960 No. 1 inside story Big Money Helps Students By BERT EMKE lected $25,000 worth of academic scholarships in the colleges of arts and sciences and business administration, a mere drop in a $300,000 bucket of grants covering work, athletic and special scholarships for almost 300 stu- Sorority Rush A Hectic Success A week of furious partying, during which the sororities on campus declared open season on nonmember coeds, ended successfully with 101 rushees accepting bids and becoming happily harassed pledges. Tri Phi, BAE and Theta Phil Alpha tea-ed off rush week in Marquette Hall and kept the competition hot with sherry-parties, sing-your-fool-head-off parties, etc., etc. page 3 Bottled Secrets Tell About You Ever read the label on that fifth you brought to the last BYOL blast you attended? Sure, we know! Which label? Take a deep breath and try the one in the middle. Psychologists have found the type of liquor you consume reveals personality traits you may not have even guessed at. page 4 Gotham Limit Faculty Subject Manhattan is a big place. Ask a New York cop. Ask a taxi driver leaving Madison Ave. and 59th and heading for a fare in Greenwich Village. But don't ask Nikita S. Khrushchev or Fidel Castro. Five faculty members comment on the "Manhattan Curtain" and come up with some interesting views. page 5 Little Colonel Entries Due All entries for the ROTC's "Little Colonel" and the battle group sponsors must be submitted by Wednesday. Selection of the "Little Colonel" will be made on October 6-6 during military science classes. Company sponsors will be selected on October 11 at the regular scheduled drill period. Anyone may nominate a coed for tne battle group sponsor. The only requirement is that she be a full-time senior in the university. Only members of the various companies may nominate »pon.-.• for their particular unit. Sponsor* may be any full-time coed. All pictures should be submitted to M/Sgt. Peter Sears at the ROTC building. Jambalaya Party To Swing Tonight It's jambalaya time! The na tivee will be restless tonight, so put on your dancing socks and be - ready for a wild time starting at 8:30 in the Fieldhouse. Music will be by the Avalons, a local native group, and special entertainment will be given by the fraternities with their annual songfest. Larry McNamara, law freshman, and member of Blue Key, will be master of ceremonies. The fraternities will appear in lie following order: SAK, Beggars, ADG, and ÜBL. Last year's winning fraternity, Beggars, will be back to try to retain first place position. All Loyola students are invited, admission free (courtesy of the Student Council) and beer and cold drinks will be sold. The jambalaya party tonight will officially close the rugged initiation for frosh. Congratulations to all those who will survive, we welcome you to the Loyola student body. Thayer Named Cadet Colonel He's In Command Ernest C. Thayer, A&S senior, has been named cadet commander of the Loyola ROTC battle group. Thayer succeeds Lawrence Henneberger, who was graduated from BA last year. Henneberger presently attends law school. Also named to the battle group staff are: Philippi P. St. Pee, executive officer; Donald Jansen, S-l; Michael Burns, S-3; and Arthur Schmitt, S-4. Timothy Schafer has been appointed liaison officer (Cmdr. Sp. Det.) and William Connick, assistant S-3 and public information officer. Company commanders include: Pete Fenner, "A"; John Henneberger, "B"; James Capretz, "C"; John Flynn, "D"; and Robert Almas, "E". Thomas McGoey will command the unit's headquarters company, and John Becker will head the band company. Thayer will hold the rank of cadet Lt. Colonel. St. Pee has been designated cadet Major; and Burns, Jansen and Schmitt will hold the rank of cadet Captain. Connick, Schafer and the other company commanders have been given the rank of cadet first lieutenant. The appointments were announced by Lt. Colonel Henry J. Fee, Commandant. CADET COL. E. C. THAYER Name Father Clancy New Forum Director The Loyola Forum will resume its activities under the guidance of its new director, the Rev. Thomas H. Clancy, S.J., history instructor. Father Clancy replaces the Rev. John A. Toomey, moderator of the Forum since its foundation in 1942, who is retiring to devote his time to writing. The Forum's educational as well as entertaining programs bring many speakers and groups nD enrich the cultural life of Loyola students and the community. Negotiations are underway for five speakers to highlight this year's program according to Father Clancy. Among the noted lecturers planned are Douglas Hyde, English journalist and ex-communist, and the Rev. Harold Gardner, S.J., the literary editor of the Jesuit magazine, "America," and technical adviser for the motion picture, "The Nun's Story." Catholic personages in the past have included Bishop Fulton J. Sheen, Clare Booth Luce and George Sokolsky. Attendance at the Forum-sponsored events has mounted to three or four thousand on such occasions. Father Clancy says that the upcoming Forums will emphasize current events and politics, both international and national aspects. A recent addition to Loyola's faculty, Father Clancy instructs classes in the History of Russia, Modern Europe (1500-1690), and Political Theory. The Loyola chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu. national scholastic honor society for male students of Jesuit colleges and universities, has also been placed under his direction. Father Clancy is no stranger to the South, having been born and raised in Helena, Arkansas as well as teaching at Spring Hill College in Alabama. From 1952 through '56, Father was in Louvaine, Belgium, where he was ordained to the priesthood. He recently completed three years of study at the London School of Economics. Father Clancy relates that one of the most interesting things he observed was the way things are done in foreign universities. "Students are interested in current events, United States poli- REV. THOMAS CLANCY List New Additions To Faculty A&S Gets Bulk Of 26 Teachers Twenty-six new faculty members have been appointed to the university's six schools and colleges, the Rev. Edward A. Doyle, S.J., dean of faculties, announced. Four additions to the Jesuit faculty include: the Rev. Thomas Clancy, S.J., history and political science; the Rev. James Carter, S.J., physics; the Rev. Emile J. Pfister, S.J., philosophy; and the Rev. Louis J. Poche, S.J., theology. All are instructors in their various departments. Faculty members in the college of arts and sciences include: Dr. Paul J. Armleder, assistant professor of philosophy; Dr. Anthony DiMaggio, instructor in chemistry; Dr. Edward P. Uzee, instructor in medical technology; Carl Brans, instructor in physics; George Rhode, 111, journalism instructor. Also James B. DavU and Frank X. Yackley, instructor* in English; Scranton A. Mouton, Jr., instructor in speech and drama; Vincent Malcolm Byrnes, instructor in history and political science; Maria Castello, Spanish; Mrs. Lia P. Dunn, German and Russian; George Martin, French. Additions to the faculty in the college of music include: Dr. John Butler, instructor in theory; Mrs. Janet Sitges Martin, instructor in piano; Du Stewart, instructor in trombone and Klaus Sadlier, instructor in French horn. New faculty members in the college of business administration are Dr. Irving Fosberg, visiting professor of behavioral science; Hampden Ipser, instructor in accounting, and Mrs. Lydia G. Scully, instructor in business sciences. In the school of dentistry are Dr. Raymond E. Boudreaux, associate professor of oral surgery, and Edna C. Perez, supervisor of curricular of dental hygiene of the school of dentistry. Janet M. Riley, assistant professor of law, returns to the school of law after a brief leave of absence.Campus Doctor Sets 'Hours' The office hour* of Dr. E. P. Uzee, university phy»ician, have been announced for the fall semester. They are: Monday and Wednesday—ll a.m. to 1 p.m.; and Tuesday, Thursday and Friday—9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dr. Uzee may be reached at the following telephone numbers: campus, Ext. 357; residence, VE. 5-9681; office, VE. 5-3073; medical exchange, WH. 5-4141. WELCOME FRESHMEN By JUDY BROCK Frosh beware—the "Savages" descend at five this evening!Male freshmen can relax the formality of the coats and ties they have worn since Wednesday, and the coeds are warned NOT to appear in their high heeled shoes. Old, Old clothes are the order of the evening as upperclassmen informally initiate newcomers into Loyola life. Presiding over the Student Council sponsored event will be the "Savages," a group of male upperclassmen well schooled in the fine art of pie throwing, etc. All freshmen are cordially invited to meet in the Fieldhoute at 5 p.m. iharp (For reason* other than breach of etiquette, froth are warned not to ignore this invitation.) Spectators are welcome, at the risk of being enthusiastically drawn into the proceedings. Tonight's activities will round out events designed to acquaint the incoming students with the campus. Since lait Wednesday, when Dog Week officially began, freshmen have been sporting Loyola beanies, and carrying their "L" books as handy references for the questions from upperclassmen.Last week during orientation, frosh were treated to a swimming party, a hayride and watermelon party, and a sock hop in the Fieldhouse. Of special interest to the new coeds were the style show and brunch and the coed athletic night, while the boys are still talking about the beer stag in the Regal Room. Dr. Brown Named Law Group V.-P. Dr. Brendan F. Brown, profes- _ sor of law, was elected national vice president of the Federal Bar Association for the Fifth District, which includes Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida and Georgia. Getting Acquainted FROSH—Beanies plus books mark the freshmen who are now completing their second week of classroom contact with Loyola. An unprecedented enrollment swelled the freshmen class to over 500 students, the largest freshmen class in history. In this picture, pretty A&S sophomore MARGARET CRISHAM shows frosh basketball star BOBBY LUEGERS the sights around the Loyola campus. WATCH FOR 30 SENIOR PROCESSION . . . Seniors donned caps and sown* for the fir.t time at the official opening of the Cchool year which took place with the Matt of the Holy Ghost in Holy Name of Jetus Church. (see story, page 3) (Continued on page 3) MAKE WOLF APPOINTMENTS JAM PARTY TONIGHT!
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